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Letter from Goodrick to [William Heveningham]

Concerning both his son's knighting and the King's authorising his enlargement [apparently from Tynemouth Castle] and terms of same and his return to Heveningham and Ketteringham; 'though it will bee convenient in all, and upon all ...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

Letter from Mathew Goodrick [in London] to [William Heveningham]

Re quarterly accounts and with family and other news including Lady Dover's fondness of his young master [William Heveningham, jun.] 'she even weepes for joy when she see him', 'He is growne extreamly tall, and indeed very hans...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

Copies by William Heveningham of letter from Goodrick

Concerning the dispute over Dr Browne's estate and from Sir George England, Great Yarmouth, concerning Arthur Heveningham's request for 'a day or two libertie' to see his aunt Lady Mary and seek William's favour after his ...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

Letter from Goodrick, in London, to (William Heveningham)

Re Henry Heveningham demanding bonds; dispute at Southley with Dr Vossius; disappearance of Lady Danvers and her Lord [Robert Danvers called Viscount Purbeck, ? 1621-1674, Fifth Monarchy man) 'hee in one of his fits, they say is gone into Hol...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

Letter from Goodrick at Heveningham to William Heveningham (cover addressed to Lady Mary at Tynemouth Castle)

About proving of Browne's will, sickliness of the season, Mr Lessingham dying at a friend's house in London where he went to dine, 'plott' of the Ketteringham house, estate matters including paying off the masons at Ketteringha...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

Letter from Edward Pallant, Heveningham, to William Heveningham

Thanking him for presenting his 'son Armstronge' to the benefice of Carlton Colville, Suffolk; he also has a 'great Cure' at Beccles but promises to provide for Carlton 'not as to many now doe, but constantly & honestl...

William Heveningham; 1604-1678; politician, regicide; Ketteringham, Norfolk, and Heveningham, Suffolk

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